In these times, nobody should be complacent. It is imperative that your team knows why they should be on high alert. These questions will help you prepare to transfer the data privacy and security knowledge for implementation.
- Who has access to specific programs?
- Which measure of accountability is being used?
- How do you screen and trust that access to specific data is controlled by a reliable source?
- How often is corporate training given about BYOD (Bring Your Own Device), information sharing and consequences of carelessness?
- How often are vulnerability tests done?
- What have you learned from previous hacks?
- Which measures are in operation to ensure cyber intrusion does not happen to computer systems or network?
- Bloggers, website owners: when was the last time you logged into your hosting account?
While you are at it, don’t forget your corporate website!
*Contact your website administrator now or log into your hosting account and go to your cpanel.
Take a look at domain folders and check to make sure there isn’t any strange domain folder present.
Hosting providers [shared or dedicated hosting] are obligated to make sure hosting accounts are secure. For more reading about hosting providers and security, click here.
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Belinda is a Global Privacy and Cybersecurity Consultant, Corporate Trainer (leadership, culture, diversity and inclusion, cyber privacy and security awareness), Writer, and International Speaker with a unique blend of law and technology. She is a digital entrepreneur, author, ordained pastor, mentor to women ready to impact their generation and host of Destiny Chats podcast. For consultation, click here and invitation to speak, click here